Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This could be a glorious month, for Venus and Mars will both be in Leo for a generous amount of time in July and will make their once-a-year rendezvous with each other on July 13. This will be a Tuesday, but the weekend that precedes this meeting (July 10-11) should be quite divine for you—you may feel there’s an electric, magnetic romance aura enveloping you. Single or attached, the string of days from July 10 to 13 should be fantastic for love.
You will have a longer period for fun and love—Venus will be in Leo until July 21, and Mars will be in Leo until July 29. While you have both planets shining in Leo, select a new wardrobe item, ask your hairstylist for an updated, chic cut, or choose a fragrance for the coming season that expresses the true “you.”
The new moon on July 9 will appear in your twelfth house of rest and reflection. The coming weeks are meant for dreaming about your birthday year ahead. Plan several steps you can take that could start to bring that dream into reality. You might tweak or change your plan later in your birthday year, but what matters most is that you make a plan now—even if the steps are small baby steps—while you have the new moon behind you. Uranus is helping that new moon and will bring a happy surprise, and you won’t see it coming. Great!
The full moon on July 23 will bring culmination to a close relationship that has meant a great deal to you. This alliance may be your steady sweetheart or a person you work with in business in a private way, gleaning specialized advice from this person’s area of expertise.
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